Campus News

Hillel at Binghamton finds assistant director

With a month of the semester having already passed, Hillel at Binghamton University has hired a new assistant director following the departure of their executive director. ...


Speakers

Lt. Colonel discusses motivations of women and children suicide bombers

A former lieutenant colonel in the Israeli Defense Forces visited Binghamton University to take students into the minds of suicide bombers. ...


Campus News

Summoners unite for League of Legends World Championship finals

As the world’s finest League of Legends players clashed to prove who was the best, Binghamton University students gathered to show their pride and love of the game. ...


Greek Life

Greek Life boogies the night away at first ever dance marathon

Students who danced all night to raise money for Janet Weis Children’s Hospital and Children’s Miracle Network Saturday kept the environment light and fun — but with a visit from a mother ...


Greek Life

Greek Life to bust a move at charity dance marathon

In an effort to bond together while raising money for charity, Binghamton University Greek life has challenged students to dance the night away during the University’s first-ever dance marathon. ...


Campus News

Provost Nieman warns against selling class notes online

In an environment of high academic achievement — and competition — some students view buying an extra set of class notes to be a harmless way to get ahead. Donald Nieman, executive...


Campus News

Community Showcase recruits students to volunteer

Binghamton University groups and local organizations rallied students Thursday to give a little bit back to the community. ...


Greek Life

Candlelight vigil commemorates victims of hazing and racism

Several Binghamton University sororities and fraternities held a candlelight vigil at the Pegasus statue Thursday evening in memory of Private Danny Chen, an Asian-American soldier who was found dead in his Afghanistan ...


Campus News

Binghamton University adds Education minor

In response to an increased level of undergraduate demand, a new education program will give students the tools and insight they need to make the next step. ...


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12-year-old prodigy plays Watters Theater

A 12-year-old piano prodigy took Watters Theater stage Thursday night in an event honoring the memories of Pauline and Philip Piaker. The concert, organized by Rabbi Levi Slonim, was the 18th annual...